Having been trained first as an architect and photographer, Diana Reuter-Twining has the vantage point of an intimacy with space and nature, which is made evident through her use of a bold stroke and a quick eye.
Diana's interest in art and architecture may have started after she assisted her father on a photographic assignment for the National Geographic. Diana went on to apprentice as a photographer with the magazine. She later became a registered architect.
Diana's formal studies in art and architecture initially took her to Paris with Hollins College where she received a degree in Art History. She then went on to Catholic University where she received her Masters of Architecture. She studied sculpture at the Corcoran School of Art, Loveland Academy of Fine Arts and Scottsdale Artists' School.
Living in Virginia and travelling worldwide affords Diana the opportunity to catalogue the nature which is so vital to her work. As an architect and artist, she is keenly aware of the plasticity of space. Her sculpture is dynamic and has the vantage point of an intimacy with nature which could only be captured through experience.
Diana's bronzes are found in private collections and gardens throughout the United States, Europe, and Africa.